Building on the past. Shaping the future.
The world of waste collection has dramatically changed since Taylor first opened its doors in the early 1960s.
The bin is no longer just a bin, but a key component of the urban environment and a route to improving local environments and streetscene. Its role is no longer just to containerise waste but to add value to your waste management solutions.
Sustainability has never before been so high a priority and local governments and waste contractors are now challenged with delivering more against the backdrop of decreasing budgets in an era of austerity.
It is these elements that now place more pressure on waste collection in the 21st century. And it is these elements that have enabled Egbert Taylor to develop a suite of solutions that build on the basic foundations of waste collection whilst integrating the latest technology in order to:
Reduce the operational cost of waste collection by increasing efficiency;
Decrease the amount of movements and carbon emissions attributable to waste collection vehicles;
Minimise health and safety risks associated with the movement of bins and collection vehicles;
Provide local authorities and private companies with real-time access to the fill-level status of their entire bin fleet;
Enable our customers to have a complete overview of the status of their waste assets;
Produce historical information on bins that enable our customers to plan more efficient approaches to waste collection;
Empower our customers, enabling them to make dynamic decisions in an ever changing environment.
“All stakeholders in the waste industry have to adapt and evolve to a changing world. Doing yesterday’s job better is no longer sufficient; we need to find and embrace new dynamic ways of working.”
Brendan Murphy, Chief Executive, Egbert Taylor